The Federal Government has taken the easy way out in dealing with issues around its encryption law and kicked it down the road, leaving it for the Independent National Security Legislation Monitor to deal with by April 2020.
The Federal Government's encryption law has been referred to the Independent National Security Legislation Monitor, Dr James Renwick, for review and a report by 1 March next year, the first time the panel has referred any legislation to the INSLM.
The Australian Labor Party has pledged to hold an inquiry that looks into the economic impacts of the Federal Government's encryption law after the Parliamentary Joint Committee on Intelligence and Security completes its ongoing review and submits a report on 3 April.
Yes they were busy implementing their hackable , interceptable high latency, packet dropping crap during the lockdowns. Which is no[…]
This was expected outcomes. Stealing the backhaul for utter exploitable hackable crap purely designed for handshaking interception and spying. Actual[…]
congestion free ? not noise free ! SCAM. More Krack exploits on the way for this snake oil. Ethernet works.
How high are the hills?Another publicity effort from the NBN diversion team?
I wonder how many drop-outs it gets?